BMF 2014

Lecture

Prof. Virgilio P. Carnielli, MD, PhD

Director of Neonatal Medicine G. Salesi Hospital, Polytechnic University of Marche,
Ancona, IT

Lung growth in the Preterm infant

Room SHOUGUN I+II

9:00-09:30

WORKSHOP

Prof. Rangasamy Ramanathan, MD

Division Chief, Division of Neonatal Medicine, LAC+USC Medical Center Director, NPM Fellowship Program Keck School of Medicine of USC
Los Angeles, California, USA

Non-invasive modes – Stay with ncPaP or move on to niPPV

• Identify the different modes of non-invasive ventilation
• Learn the outcomes from studies comparing NCPAP versus Si-PAP
• Discuss the outcomes from studies between NCPAP/Si-PAP versus NIPPV
• Learn about Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist (NAVA) Mode

Room SHOUGUN I+II

9:30-11:00

WORKSHOP

Ass. Prof. Katrin Klebermass-Schrehof, MD

Senior Neonatologist, NICU, Medical University Vienna,
Vienna, AT

Amplitude-integrated eeg in neonatal intenisve care – a Valuable tool for neurophysiological Surveillance

This workshop explains background and method of amplitude-integrated EEG and deals with different clinical applications in neonatal intensive care medicine. Besides explaining interpretation of aEEG background patterns and tips for clinical practice, the use and value of aEEG in clinical daily life will be highlighted especially referring to hypoxic-ischemic-encephalopathy, neonatal seizures, IVH and posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus and maturation of aEEG in premature infants. The workshop will also contain many examples of aEEG-traces, which can be interpreted and discussed within the group.​

Room SHOUGUN III

9:30-11:00

WORKSHOP

Dr. Merran Thomson MB ChB, FRCPCH, MRCP

Honorary Consultant Neonatologist The Hillingdon Hospital,
London, UK

Strategies for managing feed enteral intolerance and other feeding issues

• What is feeding intolerance?
• When is it worrying (suspicious)?
• When to initiate enteral feeding? How often to feed? How frequently to increase
feeding?
• Colostrum – how to encourage mothers to express?
• What to consider in the daily clinical practice?
• How to set up standardised procedures/protocols?

Room 902

9:30-11:00

WORKSHOP

Prof. Virgilio P. Carnielli, MD, PhD

Director of Neonatal Medicine G. Salesi Hospital, Polytechnic University of Marche,
Ancona, IT

Parenteral nutrition for the Preterm infant

Room SHOUGUN I+II

11:30-13:00

WORKSHOP

Ass. Prof. Katrin Klebermass-Schrehof, MD

Senior Neonatologist, NICU, Medical University Vienna,
Vienna, AT

Amplitude-integrated eeg in neonatal intenisve care – a Valuable tool for neurophysiological Surveillance

This workshop explains background and method of amplitude-integrated EEG and deals with different clinical applications in neonatal intensive care medicine. Besides explaining interpretation of aEEG background patterns and tips for clinical practice, the use and value of aEEG in clinical daily life will be highlighted especially referring to hypoxic-ischemic-encephalopathy, neonatal seizures, IVH and posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus and maturation of aEEG in premature infants. The workshop will also contain many examples of aEEG-traces, which can be interpreted and discussed within the group.​

Room SHOUGUN III

11:30-13:00

WORKSHOP

Prof. Ola Didrik Saugstad, MD, PhD

Director of Department of Pediatric Research University of Oslo Consultant of Neonatology, Oslo University Hospital,
Oslo, NO

Delayed cord clamping / cord milking to improve neonatal outcomes

• When should the cord be clamped?
• International recommendations
• The physiology of late clamping
• Potential positive effects

Room 902

11:30-13:00

WORKSHOP

Prof. Aleksei Mostovoi, MD, PhD

Chief Neonatologist Ministry of Health in Northwestern Federal District Head of Department of Neonatology and Neonatal Intensive Care Saint Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University,
St Petersburg, RU

First golden hour in Delivery room – how to train the neonatology team?

During exercise it is important to work out the main basic steps to assist in preterm
infants. Base is the principle of «assessment – decision – action».
• First – students need to see and understand the situation in which they should act.
They need to know the main indications for newborn care.
• Second – in parallel with working off the basic principles of resuscitation occurs
assessment approaches to aseptic and antiseptic.
• Third – tutor should evaluate the manual skills of students, the knowledge of basic
resuscitation techniques and the ability to work with the equipment.
• Fourth – the training of doctors to communicate with relatives, finding the right
words, to develop empathy.
One of the main methods – the use of video recording actions of students and
organisation of discussion of their skills.

Room SHOUGUN I+II

14:00-15:30

WORKSHOP

Dr. Mark Prutkin, MD

Director International Center for Medical Information Consultation and Training Medical Professionals MedICOS Ltd Chief of Department of Neonatal Intensíve Care Regional Children Hospital #1 Ekaterinburg,
Ekaterinburg, RU

Surfactant administration and early respiratory Strategies in the Delivery room

• Sustained inflation
• Early CPAP
• INSURE, LISA/MIST/AMV
… What are the evidences?

Room SHOUGUN III

14:00-15:30

WORKSHOP

Prof. Slavomir Nosal, MD, PhD

Head of Department of Pediatric Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Commenius University,
Martin, SK

Ass. Prof. Luca Tortorolo, MD

Director of The European Pediatric Life Support Courses (ERC) Coordinator of the Pediatric Programme, Simulation Training Center Emergency Department of Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Policlinico Universitario A. Gemelli,
Rome, IT

Surfactant treatment in children with arDS

• What is ARDS? – the new Berlin definition
• Etiology of ARDS at PICU/NICU
• Bronchoalveolar lavage with surfactant
• Interactive case report presentations (sepsis, bronchiolitis, pneumonia)
• Experimental protocol and future direction

Room SHOUGUN 902

14:00-15:30

Bulgaria, Burgas, community Nesebar, VSG Siyana south, Svety Vlas st. 8256

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